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to engage in dialogue. how realistic is that when you have them even snubbing china, one of their allies? >> one of the things you learn about north korea is not to be predictable. you don't know what they're going to do next. they don't think the way we do. what i think we need to do is find a new way for the countries in the region and the united states to deal with them. i think first they have to pay. there has to be payback for these tests. that means more sanctions, south korea tightening their belt. but china is the key. and china up till now has not wanted to put the screws on north korea. they could affect their food, their fuel. they have leverage over them. but i don't think they're ready to exercise it. hopefully this new test will do that. but if that's not the case, i think we need a dialogue with the north korean leadership, we being the six-party country, south korea and the u.s. isolating them has to be part of a policy. but then what next? and i'm hopeful that senator kerry who has a record of negotiation and diplomacy will look at this and say, hey, we need a new appro
because the amount of gas that they're going to be shipping to india, perhaps china, will actually lessen the amount of gas that we refine in oklahoma from those -- from that same project. >> can you give me a sense, if you have one, of what the president's going to do? he's postponed making a decision on the pipeline already. >> that's right. well, the president is getting a lot of financial pressure and pressure from lobbyists, the wealthiest corporations on the planet, oil companies, are putting a lot of pressure on him to approve this pipeline. they have a vested interest. they will make billions of dollars. but people, ranchers, farmers, people who are traditionally considered conservative and people who are liberal, are fighting this thing. because we know it's not in our best interests. it will go right through our aquifers, our vital water resource systems which we know we cannot jeopardize since we have massive drought and that's projected to continue and wildfires and crop yields are going down. this is not something we can risk just to have a benefit for some billionaires who a
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